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, wednesday and thursday that is when we are looking for a big wind shift. here is the first system that is pushed down through that cleaned out the atmosphere. right now we have rain up in crescent city. we'll continue to see a series of storm systems north of the california-oregon border. that is going to favor the rain up to the north. it will flat en our ridge to start our workweek. then we're going to see the offshore flow. the first system really worked to clean things out. we are looking at basically sunny afternoon. few high clouds. upper 20s for truckee and tahoe valley airport, 62 later today. mid-70s in sacramento. high pressure is building into southern california, as well. 69 in oakland. big warmup. never cleared yesterday. it was rather gray and today, upper 60s in richmond. 74 in santa rosa as well as napa. 73 san jose. low 70s for fremont. still a little gray around salinas but 76 in morgan hill. 65 in monterey ray. lots of sunshine tomorrow but cooling off quickly. sun sets at about 6:30 so the numbers are starting around 60s for the game and dropping to the 50s. it
to unite them. now young musicians in new orleans and the japanese city have forged an unlikely friendship thanks to their shared love of music. last week the two groups met for the first time in an emotional performance. abc's reporter said it helped lift the spirits of survivors still rebuilding from last year's tsunami. ♪ it was a scene straight out of mardi gras, only this was in japan. ♪ >> that second line, a celebration to inspire them still recovering from disaster. >> it showed there is no bad things that can happen. like there's nothing that can keep people down. so the music will just lift you up. >> george brown knows from experience. seven years ago hurricane katrina nearly silenced his brass band at oak perry walker high, wash being away the only instruments they had. >> all my family plays so you could see something was taken away from them once the piano was gone. >> the silence didn't last long, thanks to help from an unlikely place. a japanese trumpet player raised thousands of dollars, collected nearly 800 instruments from japan. >> i think jazz is one of the -- the
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